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The IAEA provides access to a wide variety of databases and scientific resources. A central portal is NUCLEUS, which assembles over 130 IAEA scientific, technical and regulatory resources, including databases, applications, publications and training material. Other databases give access to nuclear scientific data and information on nuclear energy-related issues.

This Q-value calculation program allows you to calculate reaction Q-values and threshold energies and decay Q values based on the 1995 Update to the Atomic Mass Evaluation and to retrieve other quantities contained in this evaluation. 2003 atomic mass evaluation, NUBASE, PC-NUCLEUS.

​​The Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety (BPTC) is intended to provide a broad overview of all the safety concepts and their application to nuclear power plants and research reactors design and operation.

The IAEA’s Catalogue of Facilities in Support of Liquid Metal-cooled Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS Catalogue) is an online database of experimental facilities in support of the development and deployment of innovative Liquid Metal-cooled (sodium, lead and lead-bismuth) Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS),

For medical radioisotope production. Diagnostic radioisotopes and monitor reactions. The database contains evaluated cross sections for 48 reactions induced by light charged-particles with incident energies up to several tens of MeV (maximum 100 MeV).

Bibliographic references to measurements, calculations, reviews, and evaluations of neutron cross-sections and other microscopic neutron data. References to computer libraries of numerical neutron data. Since 2005, database is extended by photonuclear and charged particle reaction data.

The database has been developed to support informational exchange between the countries participating in the IAEA Contact Expert Group for International Radioactive Waste Projects in the Russian Federation (CEG).

The CNPP covers background information on the status and development of nuclear power programs in countries having nuclear plants in operation and/or plants under construction, and in countries actively engaged in planning such programs.

​​​Online e-Learning platform that allows users to find educational resources easily and contains a learning environment to support instructor-led courses and disseminate e-Learning self-study resources to a wider audience.

The database provides a variety of tables for all natural elements (from H to U) including the following data: isotopic composition, thermal radiative cross section (total and partial), Westcott g-factors, energy of the gamma rays (prompt and delayed), decay mode, half life and branching ratios.

DIRATA is a worldwide centralized electronic repository of official records submitted by IAEA Member States. Dataset for each nuclear facility includes annual discharge and detection limits.

The Desalination Economic Evaluation Program DEEP is a tool made freely available by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which can be used for performance and cost evaluation of various power and water co-generation configurations.

In order to guide decisions and recommendations on the use of phosphate rock (PR) as fertilizer, predict their cost-effectiveness as a source of phosphorus for crop productivity and its long-term sustainability and environmental consequences of using soluble P and phosphate rocks.

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